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The measures imposed by Britain for the Chelsea club are eased

The measures imposed by Britain for the Chelsea club are eased
Following the sanctioning of Roman Abramovich, the British government has eased the measures imposed on the Chelsea club, allowing them to sell tickets for away matches and for visiting fans.

According to the Guardian, Chelsea fans will not be able to buy tickets at home to watch the men's team.

The club will not receive any of the money made from these sales. Instead, the proceeds will go to charity in Ukraine.

The Premier League said the request came from the team itself.

"Chelsea FC has requested and the Premier League has agreed that this proceeds will be donated to charity to benefit war victims in Ukraine."